Birds, Bees, and Butterflies -- Oh My!

Students in Rockland’s South School kick off the fall arts-integration unit Birds, Bees, and Butterflies —Oh My! During this visit students practice “thinking like a scientist” and expand sensory language with poetry activities in the galleries. In the studio, we examine the symbiotic relationships of our local pollinators through careful noticing and scientific illustration. In our first visit, students study the American Painted Lady butterfly’s relationship to sunflowers and the Clouded Sulfur butterfly’s relationship to white clover plants.

Line of Inquiry: What qualities make an efficient pollinator?

Announcement: Stories 2018 Exhibition, May 20, 2018

Join local 4th and 7th grade students and teachers at the Stories of the Land and Its People exhibition opening on May 20, 2018!  This exhibition highlights the yearlong, arts-integrated work of Stories program participants.  

  • Opening Ceremony and Student Performances, 1-2pm at the Strand Theatre
  • Exhibition Opening and Reception, 2-5pm at the Farnsworth Art Museum

This event is free and open to the public. 

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Stories Exhibition Tour

Join Stories of the Land and Its People curator and program manager, Andrea Curtis, on a gallery walk of this year's student exhibition. She will highlight key components of arts-integration in mid-coast Maine as she reviews classroom projects of over 250 student participants.   

 Photo by Michael O'Neil.

Photo by Michael O'Neil.